- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent).
Applicants must have:
- At least 20 ECTS in Mathematics and/or Statistics, e.G. Analysis, Linear Algebra, Numerical Analysis, Probability Theory, etc. (at least 75% via University Courses). Normally this is about 4 courses.
- At least 25 ECTS in Computer Science, e.g. Programming, Databases, Distributed Systems, Application Programming (at least 75% via University Courses). Normally this is 5 courses.
Required ECTS credits: 180.
Please bear in mind that the subject in which you completed your bachelor's degree is completely irrelevant. You may also have studied Egyptian history or marine biology.
The university does not have fixed GPA limit. But then they must take the GPA equivalent of the bachelor (not master) into account if they have too many applicants (and they have) by selecting the best downwards.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Application & Admission
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- → request information packages
- → see your personal application deadline & tuition fee
(starting in October)
Application Procedure & Selection
€ 75 for the first application, € 30 for each additional
International/Foreign students apply first using the Online-Application System of BHT. Please enter the data there, print the application PDF you receive and sign it. Please never make an input error in address, name, etc. because this is extremely difficult to correct and can attack your visa.
Afterwards please register at UNI-ASSIST, to apply for the permission to study in Germany which states the equivalence of your degree.
Please be aware: Uni-Assist charges you and this costs can not be refunded in case of study rejection.
- The signed Online-Application (PDF) of Beuth-Hochschule.
- Officially accredited copies of the original Bachelor graduation certificate* of your university including the official German or English translation** (You can not sent this later if it comes a few weeks or months later).
- Your birth certificate (latest at enrollment), simple copy might be ok.
- A simple copy of your A-level / high school diploma.
- For uni-assist: A proof of fee payment and a copy of the page in your passport, with your name and photo. This copy does not need to be certified.
Must then be sent to uni-assist by all international applicants.
* Officially certified copies of the following authorities will be accepted:
- the respective embassy/consulate of your country in Germany,
- the German embassy/consulate mission in your country,
- the certificate issuing institution of your home country,
- APS certificate issuing institiutions in your home country.
** An official translation is:
- certified by a publicly appointed and sworn translator,
- certified by a German representation office abroad or foreign representation office in Germany,
- valid by foreign officially certified/public translators.
For more information please check theCourse Website